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Poke Bowl Love Brings Fast-Casual Poke Bowls to Tulsa

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

On Oct. 21, Poke Bowl Love opened as the first retailer in the Meridia Building in downtown Tulsa at 522 S. Boston Ave. The fast-casual sushi concept was brought to Tulsa by Janet Love and a silent business partner.

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Victory Christian Celebrates Volleyball Title

By MIKE MOGUIN

Victory Christian overcame adversity to capture a state championship in volleyball back on Oct. 17 in Sapulpa.  The Lady Conquerors were one point away from defeat three times and prevented it by scoring the point they needed. Eventually, they would score the points that would win the match.

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Hillcrest Partners with Cascia Hall for ‘Free Library’

Community leaders have joined forces with students from Cascia Hall’s Library Advisory Council to promote literacy in downtown Tulsa through the development of the area’s first Little Free Library.

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Holidays Launch with Arts and Entertainment

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

November in Tulsa is rich with entertainment. Celebrities, big-name bands and Grammy-winners galore can add variety to your holiday-time planning. And, if the fine arts and family-friendly events are more your style, look no more. Tulsa-area venues comprise a cornucopia of it all.

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Red Dirt Music: A Farm-Raised Oklahoma Original

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

New Orleans has Dixieland. Seattle has Grunge. Stillwater has Red Dirt.
Literally and musically.

It’s a genre that has gained popularity nationwide and even internationally, but Stillwater, Oklahoma, is its undisputed birthplace.

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Tulsa Press Club to Honor Headliners

The Tulsa Press Club has announced its 2017 Headliners – Bill and Kathy LaFortune.
They will be recognized at the 2017 Headliners Dinner, to be held Tuesday, Dec. 5 at the BOK Center. The reception begins at 6 p.m. with dinner following at 7 p.m.

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Holland Hall Recognizes 2017 Distinguished Alumni

The Holland Hall Alumni Association and its board recently honored Dr. Jay Wohlgemuth (Class of 1988) as its 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award winner and Dr. Kara Beair Butler (Class of 2002) as its 2017 Young Alumni Achievement Award winner.

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Kimberly Johnson Has Long-Time Love of Libraries

By EMILY RAMSEY

Editor’s Note: Tulsa City-County Library CEO Kimberly Johnson is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue.

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Philbrook Museum Offers Behind-the-Scenes Look

In October, Philbrook Museum of Art opened Museum Confidential, running through May 6, 2018.

This groundbreaking exhibition, unique to Philbrook, gives visitors the opportunity to observe museum practices, hear stories, and see an unprecedented number of never-before-seen works of art. The format of this exhibition allows Philbrook Director (and Museum Confidential curator) Scott Stulen the opportunity to present a unique, behind-the-scenes experience that illuminates the inner workings of museums, collections and their workers.

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The Hamlet Returns to South Tulsa

By BLAKE AUSTYN

In October, The Hamlet returned to its original south Tulsa location at 9107 S. Sheridan Rd.

“Everyone was wanting The Hamlet back,” says Owner Gordon Pendergraft. “The demand was really large, so The Hamlet returned.

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Career Academy Student on Mayor’s Youth Council

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

Career Academy students, like all Tulsa Tech students, work hard to succeed and, ultimately, are responsible for achieving their academic and personal goals. They are required to do the work, complete the assignments and pass the exams in order to thrive. They truly make their own path to success.

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Students to Perform at Carnegie Hall

Two Cascia Hall seniors have been chosen to participate in the Honors Performance Series, a program through Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House.

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TU Soccer an Underrated Commodity in Tulsa

By GLENN HIBDON

Sometimes unappreciated by the public and overlooked by the media, there is nothing wrong with the University of Tulsa men’s soccer program that winning the NCAA championship won’t cure.

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Boxer Eddie Oakes Turns Injury Into Opportunity

By JULIE WENGER WATSON

After close to a decade on the rugby field, Eddie Oakes knows a thing or two about the downside of contact sports. In fact, it was a torn ACL from a match in Memphis that first landed this 30-year old Tulsan in the boxing gym three years ago. What started out as a way to rehabilitate his knee post surgery has now turned into a serious pursuit of the “sweet science.”

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Olga Morgan’s Accomplishments Are ‘Vydayushciysya’

By BOB LEWIS

The tongue-twister in the headline is Russian for “outstanding,” a word that reflects the accomplishments of a woman who came to the United States from that country and has earned a place as one of the most credentialed professionals in Oklahoma’s financial services industry.

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